Fair Trade is an economic philosophy centered around helping those at the bottom of the production process. These producers are often farmers and factory workers in developing countries who work long hours, for low wages, in poor conditions. Fair trade provides guidelines for conditions and wages that increase the standards of living for workers who make the goods we use every-day. As the affirmative debater, it is your job to argue in favor of the fair trade philosophy.
This article will evaluate the factors of a conflict resolution, importance of a government actor, the meaning behind the ideologies of fair trade and free trade, and how to make a general case for each side of the resolution.
This week’s Monument Coach Release is the current release for NCFCA Lincoln-Douglas debaters. Lincoln-Douglas Debate is one of the most popular events in NCFCA.
This brief is designed to help you take down the concept of prosperity, either as a value or as a criterion on the negative side of the resolution.
This affirmative case is focused on the preservation of those objectives through nationalism.